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The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC, also called the Dewey Decimal System) is a proprietary system of library classification developed by Melvil Dewey in 1876, and has since then been greatly modified and expanded through twenty-two major revisions, the most recent in 2004.

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100
   refers to   
Philosophy & Psychology
101
   refers to   
Theory of Philosophy
102
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Miscellany of Philosophy
103
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Dictionaries of Philosophy
105
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Serial Publications of Philosophy
106
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Organizations of Philosophy
107
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Education, Research in Philosophy
108
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Kinds of Persons in Philosophy
109
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Historical Treatment of Philosophy
110
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Metaphysics
111
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Ontology
113
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Cosmology (Philosophy of Nature)
114
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Space
115
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Time
116
   refers to   
Change
117
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Structure
118
   refers to   
Force & Energy
119
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Number & Quantity
120
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Epistemology, Causation, Humankind
121
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Epistemology (Theory of Knowledge)
122
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Causation
123
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Determinism & Indeterminism
124
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Teleology
126
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The Self
127
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The Unconscious & the Subconscious
128
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Humankind
129
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Origin & Destiny of Individual Souls
130
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Paranormal Phenomena
131
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Occult Methods for Achieving Well-being
133
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Parapsychology & Occultism
135
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Dreams & Mysteries
137
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Divinatory Graphology
138
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Physiognomy
139
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Phrenology
140
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Specific Philosophical Schools
141
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Idealism & Related Systems
142
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Critical Philosophy
143
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Intuitionism & Bergsonism
144
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Humanism & Related Systems
145
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Sensationalism
146
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Naturalism & Related Systems
147
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Pantheism & Related Systems
148
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Liberalism, Eclecticism, Traditionalism
149
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Other Philosophical Systems
150
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Psychology
152
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Perception, Movement, Emotions, Drives
153
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Mental Processes & Intelligence
154
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Subconscious & Altered States
155
   refers to   
Differential & Developmental Psychology
156
   refers to   
Comparative Psychology
158
   refers to   
Applied Psychology
160
   refers to   
Logic
161
   refers to   
Induction
162
   refers to   
Deduction
165
   refers to   
Fallacies & Sources of Error
166
   refers to   
Syllogisms
167
   refers to   
Hypotheses
168
   refers to   
Argument & Persuasion
169
   refers to   
Analogy
170
   refers to   
Ethics (Moral Philosophy)
171
   refers to   
Systems & Doctrines
172
   refers to   
Political Ethics
173
   refers to   
Ethics of Family Relationships
174
   refers to   
Economic & Professional Ethics
175
   refers to   
Ethics of Recreation & Leisure
176
   refers to   
Ethics of Sex & Reproduction
177
   refers to   
Ethics of Social Relations
178
   refers to   
Ethics of Consumption
179
   refers to   
Other Ethical Norms
180
   refers to   
Ancient, Medieval, Oriental Philosophy
181
   refers to   
Oriental Philosophy
182
   refers to   
Pre-Socratic Greek Philosophies
183
   refers to   
Sophistic & Socratic Philosophies
184
   refers to   
Platonic Philosophy
185
   refers to   
Aristotelian Philosophy
186
   refers to   
Skeptic and Neoplatonic Philosophies
187
   refers to   
Epicurean Philosophy
188
   refers to   
Stoic Philosophy
189
   refers to   
Medieval Western Philosophy
190
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy
191
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy United States & Canada
192
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy British Isles
193
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Germany & Austria
194
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy France
195
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Italy
196
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Spain & Portugal
197
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Soviet Union
198
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Scandinavia
199
   refers to   
Modern Western Philosophy Other Geographical Areas


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